McMaster University

McMaster University

Supervisor Education

A supervisor is a person who has charge of a workplace or authority over a worker.

All supervisors have to participate in the safety education as required by McMaster University. Then they have to complete Fire Safety education as it relates to the building they work in. Additional safety education will relate to the type of tasks they oversee. These could be in a Clinical, Laboratory or Office environment. Finally, a supervisor must complete specific education sessions related to their role as a supervisor.

The way to use the information here is to identify the type of building you will work in and the type of environment the tasks relate to.

To generate a training record from the MOSAIC system please follow the instructions posted here.

Hospital Building

Selecting the building will determine the type of fire safety education you will participate in. Then select the environment you will supervise tasks in. The links below will take you to the appropriate list of safety education.

The FHS WHMIS Update is no longer available. You now have to complete the WHMIS2015 course through Mosaic and Avenue to Learn.

The course code is WHMS15.

Clinical environment

Laboratory environment

Office environment

NOTE: The list you select will only list the basic education requirements. There may be other hazard-specific education requirements based on the hazard identifications for the work. There will be additional training requirements meant to bridge the education to the practical application of the information.

The McMaster University training matrix may identify this safety training.

Non-Hospital Building

Selecting the building will determine the type of fire safety education you will participate in. Then select the environment you will supervise tasks in. The links below will take you to the appropriate list of safety education.

The FHS WHMIS Update is no longer available. You now have to complete the WHMIS2015 course through Mosaic and Avenue to Learn.

The course code is WHMS15.

Clinical environment

Laboratory environment

Office environment

NOTE: The list you select will only list the basic education requirements. There may be other hazard-specific education requirements based on the hazard identifications for the work. There will be additional training requirements meant to bridge the education to the practical application of the information.

The McMaster University training matrix may identify this safety training.

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